New Delhi: The Ishrat Jahan case, though brought to a closure, will not be left out too soon as the Delhi police launched an FIR concerning the four crucial missing documents in the case.
An FIR was launched two days ago against unknown persons by the Delhi police for breach of trust after the Union Ministry of Home Affairs approached the police with the grievance.
In the FIR, the Home Ministry have particularly named the crucial files which could've evidently pointed towards irregularities in the recorded and accepted narration of the incident. One of the documents include an affidavit vetted by the then Attorney General.
On March 10, Home Minister Rajnath Singh had exclaimed in the Parliament that certain files from the pages were missing.
The Ishrat Jahan case pertains to the alleged fake encounter of Javed Shaikh, Ishrat Jahan, Amjadali Akbarali Rana and Zeeshan Johar by Gujarat Police on June 15, 2004.